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Two mothers and their five children, along with two female staff members, gathering and smiling in the community room at Mercy House Northwest Appian Way apartments

Working towards collective impact, PEPS has cultivated a variety of partnerships to creatively support and connect parents both within and outside of Washington State. Through these partnerships, we collaboratively provide peer support for parents in communities that we have historically not served or have not served well. PEPS partnership work has resulted in groups for a variety of parents, from Spanish-speaking moms, teen moms and parents who have babies with developmental delays, to parent peer-support groups in Hawaii, Austin and North Carolina.

Partnerships with Community-Based Organizations

At the center of our local partnerships is the spirit of seeking to understand, listening and learning how we can improve and adapt the PEPS parent peer-support model to be increasingly responsive to the needs of parents in communities and groups across King and Snohomish Counties. We invest PEPS resources and staff to train team members at community-based organizations on the PEPS model and curriculum. Learn more about these PEPS local partnerships with community-based organizations here.

Network Partners

Through the PEPS Network we provide training, curriculum and support to organizations who seek to offer peer-based parent support to their clients, organizations and communities inside and outside of Washington State. Learn more about PEPS Network Partners here.

Community-based organizations

188 parents served in PEPS Groups offered through community partners in 2023.

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795 parents
served through
local and out-of-state
PEPS Network Partners in 2023.

Questions about our collaborations with Community and Network Partners? Check out our Collaborations FAQ.

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